To add a car to your policy, you can update your policy online or call your insurance company. Usually, you only need to provide the vehicle identification number (VIN), license plate number, and the make and model of the vehicle. You may also be asked about the mileage and condition of the vehicle, depending on the insurer. Keep in mind that some insurers may limit the number of vehicles that can be included in a policy.
The DMV first mails a verification request if we can't verify coverage or if there seems to be a lapse in coverage. You must respond within 15 days from the date of shipment. If the DMV can confirm that you have had ongoing coverage, the process ends. The DMV's Nevada Liability Insurance Electronic Verification Program (NVLIVE) periodically asks your insurance company if the vehicle has current liability insurance coverage in Nevada.
You can check the status of your insurance by consulting the insurance registration and registration status. Insurance companies licensed to do business in Nevada must electronically validate Nevada liability insurance policies. This means that the insurance information you entered wasn't immediately confirmed in your insurance company's database. The electronic verification of the electronic validation of Nevada Liability Insurance (NVLIVE) applies only to liability insurance.
This information is not an insurance policy, does not refer to any specific insurance policy, and does not modify any provision, limitation, or exclusion that is expressly stated in any insurance policy. If your insurance company has denied you coverage and you believe this is wrong, you can contact the Nevada Division of Insurance (77) 687-0700 (North) or (70) 486-4009 (South) for information on how to file a complaint. You can generally add someone else's car to your policy if you also share the same car insurance policy, which normally also requires living together. For example, married couples who live together and share car insurance can add both of their cars to their policy, even if the vehicles aren't jointly owned by the couple.
The letter of ignorance means that your insurance company has responded to the verification card that was sent to you confirming your insurance information. Nevada Liability Insurance Electronic Validation (NVLIVE) validates your coverage with your insurer instantly as part of the registration process.